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‘In the wake of President Donald Trump’s controversial speech at the UN General Assembly, Cuba delivered a zinging takedown of US hypocrisy in a wide-ranging speech that targeted climate change, military invention, poverty and nuclear threats.

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla used his UN speech on Friday to remind the General Assembly of the US’s own indiscretions around the world, and to slam Trump, whom he said, “ignores and distorts history.”

“We remind the United States of its violation of human rights,” Rodriguez said. “They do not have the slightest moral authority to judge my country.”

Rodriguez pointed to the US’s use of weapons and pressure to interfere in other nations’ affairs, and highlighted the hypocrisy in Trump’s speech that lauded the nation’s sovereignty while at the same time threatening the sovereignty of countries such as Cuba, Venezuela and North Korea.

“The US government has come here to tell us that, in addition to prosperity, the other two ‘beautiful pillars’ of international order are sovereignty and security,” he said.

Trump “manipulates the concepts of sovereignty and security to his exclusive benefit and to the detriment of all others,” Rodriguez said.’

Read more: Cuban Foreign Minister delivers stinging takedown of Trump in UN speech

‘Britain’s Brexit bill could now rise to £40 billion after the Prime Minister agreed to ‘honour’ all financial commitments during a two-year transition period.

The Prime Minister used a crucial speech in Florence to declare that Britain will cover the huge hole left in Brussels’ finances for another two years after we formally leave in 2019 – contributing 20 billion euros.

But Theresa May’s promise to stick to all the UK’s financial commitments as part of the transition deal could send the final Brexit bill soaring to almost £40billion.

These extra liabilities such as science and research projects and Europol would be negotiated separately, according to The Sun.

When asked for a comment, a No 10 spokesman referred queries back to the Prime Minister’s Florence address.’

Read more: Brexit bill could rise to £40BILLION: PM agrees to ‘honour all financial commitments’ including science research projects and Europol sending Britain’s divorce deal costs soaring 

‘North Korea’s foreign minister says it is inevitable that missiles from his country will hit the United States after the American military flew bombers further north of the demilitarised zone than any American military plane in the 21st century, and after a week in which Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un exchanged personal insults.

Mr Trump’s insults make “our rocket’s visit to the entire US mainland inevitable all the more,” North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said during a visit to New York for the United Nations General Assembly.

Mr Ri said that recent economic sanctions placed on his country by the UN, and the United States, will do very little to deter his country’s plans to develop a nuclear force capable of hitting the US mainland.

“Through such a prolonged and arduous struggle, now we are finally only a few steps away from the final gate of completion of the state nuclear force,” Mr Ri said. “It is only a forlorn hope to consider any chance that [North Korea] would be shaken an inch or change its stance due to the harsher sanctions by the hostile forces.”‘

Read more: ‘Inevitable’ that North Korean missiles will hit US mainland after Donald Trump’s insults, says Pyongyang foreign minister at UN

‘I would never frame it in those terms because that suggests some sort of equivalent between the two parties. In point of fact, the US has threatened North Korea with total annihilation, not just with Trump, but going back to North Korea’s very inception in the middle of 20th century.

North Korea has literally lived, survived and existed under an existential threat from the US this entire time. The language that we are hearing, however much it may seem tit-for-tat, is not at all equivalent if you look at the history. When Trump speaks about visiting “fire and fury upon North Korea like the world has never seen” – he is speaking to a country that has known untold devastation at the hands of the US.

By contrast, the US has never experienced anything commensurate to that unless you wanted to think about the indigenous peoples of the Americas. The language is not tit-for-tat…

North Korea has proposed the very reasonable offer of suspending its nuclear tests if the United States and South Korea suspend their war games that simulate the invasion and occupation of North Korea, the “decapitation” of its leadership, and a nuclear first-strike against North Korea.’

Read more: North Korea has already suffered untold devastation by US, knows ‘fire & fury’ firsthand – analysts

‘It is official. The deep state has admitted that Trump is now under their control and it is now business as usual — just like it was under Bush and Obama — and just like it would’ve been under Hillary.

For those who don’t remember, with the help of mainstream media—from The New York Times to Fox News—after 9/11, Americans were duped into accepting endless war by George W. Bush thanks to a constant bombardment of lies sold to the masses under the guise of “protecting freedom.” All one needs to do to realize no freedoms were protected by these wars, in which thousands of Americans died and hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians were slaughtered, is look around today.

With every action recorded, phone tapped, innocent family surveilled, right stripped, and citizen killed by their government, the term “Freedom” has become a mere symbolic representation of the brittle shell of America left behind after being gutted by unelected operatives in the deep state hell bent on total control and perpetual war.’

Read more: Deep State Admits They’ve Finally ‘Gotten a Grip on Trump’ Liken Him to George W. Bush

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